Christopher Milford, AIA
In a career spanning three decades, Chris has distinguished himself as an innovative architect, technician, and historian. Chris holds a Masters Degree in Architecture from Cornell University, and is a registered architect in Massachusetts, Washington D.C. and New York. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Boston Society of Architects (BSA), and is past chair of the BSA MetroWest Network group. He has been a guest lecturer at Harvard GSD and is an officer of the Natick Historic District Commission.
The 2013 issue of Perspecta, a scholarly journal for architects, featured an article co-authored by Chris entitled "The Birth of the Modern Architectural Firm." His involvement with preserving the Ames Shovel Works Factory in North Easton has given rise to new scholarly research on H.H. Richardson, and he has presented this work at national conferences for the Society of Architectural Historians and Construction History Society of America.
Patricia M. Ford, LEED GA
As a founding Principal, Patricia brings a unique blend of interior design skills and architectural knowledge to her work. With over thirty years of experience her design diversity, coupled with exceptional project management skills, has allowed her to move easily within the fields of corporate, higher education and residential. Her work has been awarded the American Woodwork Institute's Award of Excellence, and has been published in Contract Design magazine.
Patricia received a Bachelor of Interior Design from Iowa State University. She is certified by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) and holds LEED accreditation with the US Green Building Council.